Goodbyn lunch boxes from Toyella


My son is the proud owner of a new Goodbyn lunch box. And when I say ‘proud’ I mean it. You would have thought it was his birthday and Christmas all in one when I handed him the lunch box. He was that excited. And he immediately decorated it with the enclosed stickers, filled the water bottle with water, grabbed some snacks and took his lunch box up to his room for a picnic with his toys. Cute.

These Goodbyn lunch boxes are something else. They are so clever and tick all the boxes — they’re BPA-free, 100% recyclable, dishwasher safe, and made in the USA. The innovative design means you have 5 containers in one, eliminating the need for any wasteful plastic baggies. And not to mention, so cute and kid-friendly!

They’re available in many different colours from the fantastic new UK webshop, Toyella, which specialises in toys, games and gifts that offer something different.

-Courtney

7 COMMENTS - Add your own

1. Esther in Amsterdam | March 21, 2011 | Reply

I love the look of these lunch boxes. They look so handy and big! And how cute the kids can decorate their own…

2. Jenny G | March 21, 2011 | Reply

OHH going to have to get me one of these, although i might refrain from the stickers as i might look a bit odd in the office!! Great idea though…

3. Tina | March 21, 2011 | Reply

I bought this for my son a little over a year ago. He loves it. His pre-K disagrees. They say it is too big for their small class refrigerators! Very frustrating. It is rather large. Too big for his small toddler size backpack. But we love it so much, we will use it next year!
Best,
Tina

4. Carl Shaw | March 22, 2011

Goodbyn have a new smaller model called the Bynto that has just three compartments. The Bynto should be available in Europe and at Toyella late Spring 2011

5. Noelle | March 21, 2011 | Reply

Wow – they look so convenient and cool, as well as environmentally friendly. Maybe a little large for a young child but will definitely check them out. Thanks!

6. Sara | March 22, 2011 | Reply

Hi Courtney! i saw these about a week ago and i was on the verge of buying one for each of my kids. My only gripe was that I was having trouble closing them…the seals did not give me the satisfactory ‘click’. I envisaged soggy leaky lunch remnants rolling around their school bags! i may go back and try again..they really do look so cool!

7. Carl Shaw | March 22, 2011

Because of the multiple compartments the flexible lid should be pressed closed from the centre and then outwards. This ensures a consistent firm seal and a ’snap’ to the closure. Goodbyn now include an instruction with each lunch box so it’s clear in which direction to close.

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